David Neary hath declared on Wednesday the 20 day of December 2000 :-:
>>> Hi John,
>> /sbin/ifconfig eth0
>> This'll give you the IP allocated to your machine until the next reboot.
> You can run it as you, don't have to be root or anything. I suppose you
> could throw the output of that into a mail to get it onto your other
Could also ping your broadcast address and then grep the netmask out
of arp -a
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